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Old 04-05-2005, 09:45 PM   #19
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Now is the easy part - with a pair of good crimpers, crimp the replacement plug onto your new ignition wire. Home Depot sold the wire as 12g red, but it was really pink in colour. I purchased the wire that is heat, oil and gasoline resistant (perfect for engine compartment, eh?). I don't have the SKU. Once the connector is on, give it a good tug to make sure it's not coming out of the connector.

Once you're sure it's snug, use the shape of the other plugs as a reference and plug it back into the connector in the same hole it came out of .
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